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In The King's Speech, Colin Firth plays King George VI, who was adored by his subjects for refusing to leave London during World War II bombing raids. He also suffered from a terrible stammer and hated speaking in public. Laurie Sparham via The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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Tom Hooper, Putting Words To 'The King's Speech'

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Heal Over KT Tunstall
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Diabelli Variations, arrangement and improvisations for piano & orchest Uri Caine
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Now What? Scott Colley
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Pride Syntax
Who's Bridge Misha Mengelberg

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Scott Colley: An 'Empire' On The Prairie

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5:30 Am Scott Colley
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